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“No man’s life liberty or property is save while the Legislature is in session.” Samuel Clemens We will be sending an alert reference bills that need to be vetoed. Next month look forward to the Take Back Kentucky Legislative Score Card. Below is the Legislative Update for Week 5-6. Legislative Stats 2017 Bills Senate Bills: […]

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End Civil Asset Forfeiture

Published on 26 February 2017 by in Uncategorized

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Civil Asset Forfeiture is a fundraising mechanism for law enforcement and with it being a way to gain money, there is definitely room for abuse. More often than not they seize the assets of someone who has been arrested only, not convicted. If you are not convicted, you still have a hard time getting your […]

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Take Back Kentucky is proud of our Agricultural Commissioner, Ryan Quarles for bringing to light several problems with some the USDA’s positions released in their  Statement of Principles on Industrial Hemp. Among the concerns Quarles has are: Narrowing the application of the crop Broadening the definition of THC Prohibiting transfer of seed across state lines […]

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We were excited to have 10th Amendment/Nullification Advocate Michael Maherrey speak at the TBK July meeting. Michael is the national communications director for the 10th Amendment Center, and he lives right here in Kentucky.  Below are some of the many points he made during his presentation: Fighting impulse to centralize from Conservatives and Liberals to […]

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is adding his voice to the growing opposition here in Kentucky to REAL ID. He is now a co-sponsor of the REAL ID repeal legislation in the Senate, S.2440, joining Representative Thomas Massie in the House, as he is a co-sponsor of H.R. 4375. TEA Partier’s are against it, the ACLU […]

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Take Back Kentucky decided to Endorse Danny Siefried for Representative of the 69th House District (Boone & Kenton Counties) during the March TBK meeting. Danny is active in the Boone County Republican Party and has volunteered on many campaigns including Governor Bevin’s successful 2015 race. He is a graduate of Xavier University and volunteers with inner city children in […]

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Bevin’s Grassroots Grumble

Published on 28 March 2016 by in News, Uncategorized

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Many grassroots conservatives and liberty activists got behind Governor Matt Bevin in the Primary, some would even say it caused some hostilities between supporters in the Bevin and Comer Camps. Bevin tried presenting himself as the more fiscally responsible and liberty oriented of the two, and it worked for some. Ultimately Bevin won the Primary […]

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